Stonehenge Short Tunnel: MORE good news! — The Heritage Journal

First, the BBC has very clearly reported why the legal action is being taken. and second, the article is headed by this HONEST picture in which Stonehenge is shown at the apparent size and distance it actually is when seen from the road, not greatly magnified in the way all the pro-tunnel bodies have been […]Continue reading “Stonehenge Short Tunnel: MORE good news! — The Heritage Journal”

Ramblers and the Virus – An Update on the new restrictions

Updated: 26 November 2020 In these locked down times, walking is more important than ever. To make sure we can all enjoy it safely, it’s important to keep up to date with current coronavirus restrictions. On this page, you’ll find an overview of the different restrictions across England, Scotland and Wales – and what theyContinue reading “Ramblers and the Virus – An Update on the new restrictions”

Stonehenge – What the Planning Inspectors told Grant Shapps and what he ignored.

ExA 5.7.224 “… the roads could be removed at any time, should a satisfactory scheme be put forward just as the A344 was removed …” Source: Highways England Photo Library 2020 The Examining Authority (ExA) comprised five experienced independent planning inspectors appointed by the Planning Inspectorate, an arm’s length Government Agency, to make recommendations to the TransportContinue reading “Stonehenge – What the Planning Inspectors told Grant Shapps and what he ignored.”

Path Problems in the Lake District

Walking in the Lake District? Found a problem with a footpath or bridleway, or difficulties on access land in the National Park? I’ve received a very helpful message from Nick Thorne of the Lake District National Park Authority, asking that any problems with paths or access are reported as soon as possible and as detailedContinue reading “Path Problems in the Lake District”

The Stonehenge Tunnel Debate – the good, the bad, and the ugly — Stonehenge Stone Circle News and Information

Plans for the two-mile road tunnel through the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Stonehenge approved by Grant Shapps, the UK transport secretary, on the 12th November made major international news recently. Amid such a blizzard of information and attention it is sometimes hard to discern the truth.  There are countless news features, websites, and forums […]Continue reading “The Stonehenge Tunnel Debate – the good, the bad, and the ugly — Stonehenge Stone Circle News and Information”

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